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May 042015


Summer Student Memberships are now available!

Start any time, and pay for 1, 2 or 3 months!  For students who are only back for the summer, this is an easy way to get back climbing at any of our gyms!

Pricing is specific to each location. See below for details:

1 month 2 months 3 months
Portland $89 $143 $197
San Francisco $104 $173 $242
Belmont $98 $161 $224
Sunnyvale $98 $161 $224

For more information, please call your local PG!

Portland: (503) 477-5666
San Francisco: (415) 692-3434
Belmont: (650) 591-3030
Sunnyvale: (408) 991-9090

Or email Memberships with questions!

May 042015
Workout of the Week: Footwork Accuracy & Core

FOOTWORK & CORE with Rob 3 fun exercises to do after climbing that target core stability and footwork accuracy. TIME: Varies DIFFICULTY: All levels EQUIPMENT: Steep Wall and Systems Wall FOCUS: Core and Footwork.   IMPORTANT: Climbing and climbing training, such as the exercises in the WOW, are inherently dangerous activities.  Participation in these exercises is done at your own risk. Read more…

May 012015
Results from the 2015 Friction Series Staff Edition

On Saturday, April 25, 2015, Planet Granite Sunnyvale hosted the finals for the annual Friction Series where climbers of all ages got to prove their climbing skills in an onsight rope climbing competition. All were invited to come on Saturday to compete, except for Planet Granite staff members. The Staff Edition of the competition happened the Read more…

Tenacity in the Toolbox

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Apr 292015
Tenacity in the Toolbox

Resting in a bomber, but core sapping and foot fatiguing, knee bar rest, I stared up at the last 20 feet of climbing. I was tired. I had made mistakes. My feet had cut where they shouldn’t have and my toes were numb from the cold. But, I had only one more bolt to clip, Read more…

A Man With a Vision: PG Belmont’s New Head Coach

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Apr 292015
A Man With a Vision: PG Belmont’s New Head Coach

by Jesse Shouboe PG Belmont has a new head coach, and his name is Sasha Schwartz! He just started and is already working hard with the team during practice, getting to know kids and coaches, and bringing a cheerful positive vibe to the gym floor. As a coach myself and as a fellow climber who Read more…

Food For Thought – by Walker Emerson & Amy Verret

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Apr 292015
Food For Thought - by Walker Emerson & Amy Verret

Walker stuffs his face with a hearty sandwich after a long day on The Captain. (Photo by Mike Kerzhner) My favorite thing to do on a climbing trip is eat. Climbing comes in at a close second, of course; but most of the time, I’m thinking about what I’m going to eat next. Climbing is a calorie-demanding sport, Read more…